I think this might be a dummy question

madeintexas806

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I read and read and am confused as to the difference in a forced air or still air incubator. Hell I dont even know what I have come to think of it. Thank Goodness I aint done no incubating yet. Lol please do explain.
 

donrae

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forced air means there's a fan to circulate the air. Still air means there's no fan. that's all
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madeintexas806

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Lol..... Thank you so much for clearing that up for me. So mine must be a still air because is has a fan in it. Thanks again. This group is so awesome.
 

lindsey0572

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If ur incubator has a fan then it is a forced air.... If it does not have a fan it's a still air. U said it has a fan correct? If so its a forced air
 

madeintexas806

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Lmao. Yes it has a fan. I got my words all jumbled. Sorry. I just hooked it up tonight and set the temp. Wish me luck when my eggs arrive and i incubate they dont come out with 3 legs and 4 eyes. Incubating looks so simple. Like a monkey can do it... but this humidity thing has me stumped. Thanks for your setting me straight on the incubator.
 

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I don't think monkeys can do it.....


but chickens can
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. And that's what makes it so frustrating when you have a bad hatch
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